U.S. President Donald Trump called the World Trade Organization's permission to impose U.S. duties on European-made exports a "good victory." Trump believes that the agreements, which are carried out by trade between the European Union and the United States, put American producers in unequal conditions with European ones. In his view, they should be reviewed. Now the U.S. plans to impose duties on more than 150 types of goods from October 18, most of which are produced by French, British, Spanish and German manufacturers. Basically it will be food products, alcoholic beverages, clothing, some types of tools and equipment. The amount of new duties will mainly be 25%. The website of the U.S. Trade Representative has already posted a list of goods from Europe that fall under the new duties. The first positions in this list are occupied by aircraft manufactured in France, Germany, Great Britain and Spain. They are subject to 10 per cent of the fee. These countries, according to the United States, are the main culprits in the provision of illegal subsidies to the European airline Airbus.